Ithaca Mental Health Department

Find Ithaca New York mental health departments. Mental health departments provide information on behavioral health, depression, mood disorders, bipolar and other disorders, anxiety, mental illness and its symptoms, psychologists, clinics, institutions and hospitals, symptoms, disability, health agencies, help hotlines, and other resources.

Tompkins County-Mental Health Department 201 East Green Street Ithaca NY 14850 607-274-6200

Schuyler County Mental Health Department 106 South Perry Street Watkins Glen NY 14891 19.1 miles from Ithaca 607-535-8140

Tioga County Mental Health Department 1277 Taylor Road Owego NY 13827 27.2 miles from Ithaca 607-687-4000

Chemung County Mental Health Department 425 Pennsylvania Avenue Elmira NY 14904 29.5 miles from Ithaca 607-737-5501

Cayuga County New York Mental Health Department 157 Genesee Street Auburn NY 13021 33.8 miles from Ithaca 315-253-0341

Cayuga County Mental Health Department 146 North Street Auburn NY 13021 34.5 miles from Ithaca 315-253-2746

Broome County Government Mental Health Department 1 Wall Street Binghamton NY 13901 38.3 miles from Ithaca 607-778-1155

Broome County Mental Health Department 231 State Street Binghamton NY 13901 38.4 miles from Ithaca 607-778-1155

Steuben County New York Mental Health Department 115 Liberty Street Bath NY 14810 42.3 miles from Ithaca 607-776-6577

Onondaga County Mental Health Department Department 530 Cedar Street Syracuse NY 13210 45.5 miles from Ithaca 315-435-7707

Chenango County Mental Health Department 105 Leilanis Lane Norwich NY 13815 50.9 miles from Ithaca 607-337-1600

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About Mental Health Departments

Are mental health services covered by Medicaid and Medicare?

Medicaid programs provide a range of mental health counseling, medication, therapy, social work, and other services. Many state Medicaid programs provide substance abuse disorder services as well. Medicare also covers a wide range of mental health services through Medicare Parts A, B, and D.

What are the differences between psychiatrists, psychologists, family therapists, and counselors?

These therapists have different types of training and specialize in different aspects of treatment. A mental health clinic or agency that performs an evaluation can help ensure that an individual is referred to the appropriate specialist.

What are "evidence-based" programs and practices?

Evidence-based programs and practices refer to treatment methods that have been the subject of extensive research and have been proven to be successful and safe. SAMHSA maintains a registry of all evidence-based programs and practices.